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Kue Kacang Siput (Snail Nut Cake)

August 03, 2015 Phantasm Darkstar 0 Comment(s)

In celebration of the Eid al-Fitr, majority of our Indonesian classmates went back to their hometown. When they came back, they brought home this delicacy from Indonesia as a "pasalubong" (souvenir) to us Filipinos.

They brought home this Kue Kacang Siput; kue meaning cake, kacang meaning beans, and siput meaning snail in Indonesian. These are not real cake snails but the concept is the same since snails live in shells and the dish looks like it. 

The dough is made from flour and butter then made thin then rolled to take this form. It is then deep fried in oil and granulated sugar.

The taste is average, and not that sweet. When I tried it, it was not that crunchy. Good as a finger food to pass the time. 

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